10. Bosnia & Herzegovina have won seven of their previous eight away internationals. The visitors are favourites to win at 2.17.
9. Wales have never beaten Bosnia & Herzegovina, but have only encountered them twice before. A home victory can be backed at 3.40.
8. Bosnia & Herzegovina won the last meeting between the countries 2-0. A repeat of that scoreline is available at 9.50.
7. The only other meeting ended in a draw. A share of the points is priced at 3.25.
6. Bosnia are unbeaten in those last eight away internationals, winning seven and drawing one. They are 1.30 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
5. Germany were the only nation to score more away goals (19) than Bosnia in qualifying for the 2014 World Cup. Bosnia are 5.30 to score over 2.5 goals.
4. Edin Dzeko has scored 37 goals in 67 appearances for his country. The Manchester City striker is 4.80 to open the scoring.
3. Dzeko has netted four times in all competitions for City so far this term. He is 6.00 to score at least twice.
2. Wales were the only country to score a direct free-kick in the first round of qualifiers. Gareth Bale, who scored said free-kick, is 5.00 to score from outside the box.
1. Bale has scored 11 goals in his previous 15 international appearances. The Welshman is 2.70 to score at any time.